ESAU STOP DINING WITH JACOB PORRIDGE FOR THE SAKE OF YOUR BIRTH RIGHT (Leadership)
Welcome to Divine-Royalty fearless motivation. Where there is no motivation people become King only in the autonomous community or in their comfort zone. The lion is independent! The sheep depend on the shepherd food! The sheep may glow fat from the shepherd food! The lion may go hungrily on his own! But the fattest sheep is the lions meal!
A man or nation without Vision is a man or nation without future and that is why Esau did not recognise his birth right over porridge of a temporary meal.
And Jacob gave Esau bread and pottage of lentils; and he did eat and drink, and rose up, and went his way. So Esau despised his birthright.
If you are honest, that some of the names that describe Edom, “Adversary, Accuser, Antichrist, Deceiver, Enemy, Imitator, Impostor, Liar, (genocidal) Murder, Serpent, Thief”, are also Names of SATAN!
As we should know, from the beginning, there was a ‘struggle’ between the twin brother’s, even in the womb. And that struggle has never ended! We know too, that EDOM sold his ‘birthright’ for a bowl of beans.
What is not known by most, is that EDOM is the most condemned people in the Bible! And that when the Bible speaks of ISRAEL’S enemy, in most case’s, that enemy is Edom. And what the Bible says about his actions and behavior, and what God has Judged for Edom’s End, is very important to understand. Just as ISRAEL are a people today, and still among the Nations, Edom also is still among US!
Selling his birthright was the first, of what would be a series of errors that would reveal his true NATURE! Not only did he have no interest in HIS birthright, he lacked the basic senses of LOYALTY, COMPASSION, and FAITH! AS a hunter, he was concerned with the ‘NOW’! Jacob on the other hand, was a man that understood those qualities. He was more concerned with pleasing his FATHER. He was a tiller of the earth. And with patients, knowing that his reward was to be realized at the HARVEST, he remained loyal, with compassion and FAITH, that his father was able to reward him!
Power corruption, absolute power corruption, absolutely! The cabal in Nigeria Government are the Esau the Edomites! They force slavery on many people and tribe. Succeeded in hoodwinking and swindling people.
Consider this quotes
Not only does the Christian religion, but nature herself, cry out against the state of slavery.
POPE LEO X, attributed, Day’s Collacon
Whenever I hear anyone arguing for slavery, I feel a strong impulse to see it tried on him personally.
ABRAHAM LINCOLN, speech, March 17, 1865
Anytime anyone is enslaved, or in any way deprived of his liberty, if that person is a human being, as far as I am concerned he is justified to resort to whatever methods necessary to bring about his liberty again. MALCOLM X, Oxford Union Debate, December 3, 1964.
WHO IS ABRAHAM LINCOLN? John C. Maxwell said, A leader is the one who knows the way, goes the way and lead the way.
When I was a child in grade school, whenever a teacher asked us who Abraham Lincoln was and what he did, in unison we would all delightfully answer, “he freed the slaves.” Yet it would be many years before I was able to fully comprehend the magnitude of what that entailed. The concept that those slaves, who had previously been only shackled, imaginary beings in my mind, with no particular significance, were in fact men and women who looked just like me. These slaves were my ancestors.
As an adult I struggled with what I perceived as the context for why the 16th President of the United States, was compelled to act in favor of a people who at the time were despised by the majority of those in power. A decision so unfavored by the masses that it became the catalyst for the nation’s first and only civil war, claiming the lives of hundreds of thousands of Americans. Why would President Abraham Lincoln put himself on the line to accomplish such an unpopular task, a task which ultimately cost him his life? History often portrayed Lincoln as a moral man, who was sickened by the concept of slavery and therefore used his power as president to abolish the practice, yet depending on who you ask you may get a different version of history. To others Lincoln had his hands tied, and needed to end slavery in order to end the the massive bloodshed that came with the civil war. He was not the compassionate, friend of the Negro history books portrayed him to be, but rather a man with his own racial prejudices who only did what he believed was inevitable.
The fact is that Lincoln had been vocal about his disdain for the expansion of slavery since before his election to congress. He spoke out against the institution being practiced in newly acquired territories in the west and he condemned the Supreme Court’s Dred Scott decision, which essentially said that blacks had no rights under the law which whites were bound to respect.
The Steven Spielberg directed depiction of the end of Lincoln’s first term as president was a compelling story of how the 13th Amendment of the United States Constitution came to be. It was a bittersweet journey, reminding viewers of how far this country has come, yet surprisingly it also revealed how much things in America have stayed the same.
In the film, Lincoln, played by Daniel Day Lewis viewed the institution of slavery as an immoral stain on America’s soul, a blemish that ultimately had to be removed in order for the country to live up to its potential. Lincoln explains the relationship he had with his father, who although was no saint, did not support slavery, but as a plantation owner knew he could never compete with those who did use blacks as cattle. Lincoln loosely acknowledged, what he had learned from his father, which was that slavery was wrong.
What was oddly familiar about the portrayal of the political process in 1865 Washington, was the corrupt, backdoor, often bitter battles that go into passing a bill and in this case an amendment to the constitution. Lincoln had signed the Emancipation Proclamation a couple of years earlier, yet he realized the job was not complete. To permanently abolish slavery, and ensure it never resurfaced, Lincoln knew that it had to be written into our nation’s founding document so that it could forever and always be known that in America, one human being will not own another.
There is a scene in the film which seemingly reveals Lincoln’s struggle with race equality. In a conversation with two of Lincoln’s aides during the film, he describes a basic law of advanced arithmetic he learned while a student. The concept is that ‘two things which are equal to the same thing are equal to each other.’
In order to accomplish his goal of passing the 13th Amendment, Lincoln had to lie, cheat and deceive, putting not only his reputation on the line, but his presidency, not a far stretch from how legislation is passed today. It is not easy to accept the black and white version of what history often conditions us to believe, in this case, that in a time of extreme racial prejudice, Lincoln was some outlier who believed blacks and whites should live side by side in harmony. Yet, in the real world there is no room for extremes on either side of any proverbial two-sided coin. Life is full of grey areas where most things are not what they seem.
Lincoln may have struggled with his own personal racial biases, he may not have believed that blacks and whites should learn in the same schools or fight for the same jobs, but there is no way he could not have known that ending slavery was the first step toward something even greater for black people and for that he will always have my admiration and respect.
WHO IS Nelson Mandela? HE was the first black president of South Africa in 1994, serving until 1999. A symbol of global peacemaking, he won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1993. Mandela was a rare visionary who would see beyond the current struggles and pain. He was convinced that one day the best parts of humanity would prevail over the worst parts. He even inspired his enemies to be better than they had been through forgiveness and reconciliation. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission he established is a great model for achieving justice in all nations where human rights abuses occurred and pain needs to be healed. One of the clear things that propelled Mandela to greatness amidst his suffering and depersonalization in prison, was forgiving his jailors, feeling compassion for those who had caused him pain and his desire for reconciliation. Mandela had the capacity to transcend himself for the sake of those around him and higher causes. His personal pain at causing his family to suffer, seeing the nation he led sink into corruption, and admitting his own mistakes, after all he fought for after his release from prison, never overwhelmed him nor stopped his resolve to make things better. Mandela was not a perfect man, and in acknowledging his flaws, he becomes even greater. In his latter years, Mandela acknowledged his weaknesses, his turbulent youth and his tempestuous relationship with women. Mandela once said, “one of the most difficult things is not to change society—but to change yourself.” What a stark contrast Mandel’s life was compared to the behavior of many political and business leaders today who take credit and want the limelight when things are going well, and blame others and avoid responsibility when things go badly. The predominant leadership style today in many organizations continues to be egocentric, aggressive, self-serving and lacking in empathy and compassion for others.
MY LONG SILENT IS A FALSE HUMILITY
If you look at world leadership of the past and present. Making impact is the other of their priority. but look at the past and present president that Nigeria are producing. Zero impact, Selfishness brutality, barbaric and son of Edomites according to above analogy. They are discovered by their character. The worst part is their speaking skill. No one can speak and inspire people but laying cheats. The country of eight oil position in the world and once giant of Africa are no where to be found because of swindlers. Look at Dubai the twelve oil position in the world. They build paradise on earth with good management of the masses.
Cultivate fine taste and discrimination in your choice of things. Get a right idea of values. Material possessions that you do not need and can not use may be only an encumbrance. Let your guiding rule be not how much, but how good. A thing you do not want is expensive at any price. Avoid surplus. Set time aside to regularly examine and eliminate what you don’t need.
Assimilate as you accumulate. Choose things that express your own individuality. You must possess your things or they will possess you. Look for quality rather than quantity. Unnecessary possessions bring unnecessary care and responsibility. Excess is wasteful. Don’t burden yourself with the superfluous. Occasionally take stock of what you have and eliminate unsparingly.
IT IS GOOD TO EMULATE GOOD THING
Nelson Mandela is model! Leaders who love good thing should emulate him even do more to set his own standard. Be positive in life and if you are, everything about you will be positive. But if you stay negative, even if positive thing is handed over to you, you will convert it to negative. Big head without brain is heaviness to the neck.
From: A Motivational Speaker. Divine-Royalty.